It’s no secret that we’re all so much more aware of our health and well-being. Gone are the days when hustle culture was the norm, and burnout was a badge of honor. In 2023, we’re all about self-love. As much as striving to reach your goals might still be on your agenda, it’s a balancing act. Because success and self-care go hand-in-hand.
But that doesn’t mean your schedule has to go back to being busy with jam-packed appointments in the name of showing yourself some love. In fact, as wellness trends go, this year it all starts at home. Clinics and spas are always alluring, but so is the idea of taking better care of yourself in the comfort of your own abode. Enter the best home wellness trends to splash out on this year.
Who doesn’t love getting a massage? We all know the relaxation benefits of having a good old-fashioned rub down, but massaging your muscles regularly can work wonders for your body too. And this doesn’t mean having a standing weekly appointment at the spa either. With a massage bed, you can set a weekly date at home instead. Not only will this help you to ease stress and tension, but boost circulation and soothe sore muscles too.
Sustainability is at the forefront of our minds in these modern times, along with natural beauty. So what are we to do when the desire for one harms the other? As there are only so many earth-given ingredients to go around, this is where technology comes in – biotech to be more specific. Lab-grown lower-impact ingredients are paving the way for natural beauty. The next time you invest in a new skincare product, make it biotech.
Think wellness trends don’t get to be fun as well as functional? Think again. The hot girl walk blew up last year, but what happens when your daily schedule doesn’t allow for a four-mile lunchtime frolic? A walking pad is what happens. Forget the treadmill desk, the walking pad is smaller, more affordable, and can help you to rack up steps while watching your favorite series. It adds a whole other level to the idea of exercising with ease.
As a collective, we’ve tried creams, lasers, injectables, and nutrition to try and combat the early onset of skin aging, but what about exercise? You may have seen the rise of face yoga in recent years, but 2023 is the year you finally put it into practice. While trying to reduce wrinkles, boost collagen, and get a natural glow can break the bank from time to time, self-massage and exercise won’t. With the aim of boosting blood flow and stimulating lymphatic drainage, facial yoga could just be the tightening and brightening answer we’ve been looking for.
So if we’re talking wellness trends, you know we have to close off with a sexy piece of tech that also enhances your home. The Internet of Things (IoT) is absolutely taking over and now it’s gotten into our bathrooms. And seeing as we spend a significant amount of time in front of the mirror each morning, why not put it to work? With a smart model, check the news, weather, time, and even your schedule while you get ready for the day. And while we said balance is best, multitasking never felt so magical.
The CERAGEM V6 is a unique in-home massage bed because it combines acupressure, deep-tissue massage, stretching, and hot stone therapy all in one. With patented scanning technology that analyzes your exact spinal length and curvature, the CERAGEM V6 adjusts to your measurements to provide a customized massage while applying intensive thermal therapy at a soothing and deeply penetrating 149°F. At the same time, compression boots worn on your legs improve circulation, which can be especially helpful for runners or anyone experiencing muscle fatigue.
Cleared by the FDA as a Class II medical device, the CERAGEM V6 can be used before and after your massage whether you’re trying to relieve soreness or stress. Learn more about how massage can help you meet your fitness goals today.
Grace Olivia Parry is a London-based writer with a penchant for Paris, good food, and fitness. When she’s not writing about the finer things in life, she’s cooking, practicing pilates, or planning her next trip.
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